The Digital Art Museum (DAM) is an "online resource for the history and practice of digital fine art.” On this dynamic site, visitors can look over sections that include Artists, Exhibitions, and Timelines. First-time visitors should start with the Featured Artist section to explore a new contemporary artist every week. Moving along, News for You presents information about upcoming art exhibits around the world, as well as ones that are coming specifically to the DAM site. Thoughtful meditations on digital art exhibits from Bruges to Birmingham can be found in Essays and the Exhibitions area contains an arresting series of plotter drawings by well-known contemporary artists, Vera Molnar and George Nees. Finally, links to institutions, galleries, and digital art festivals in Germany, France, and other countries can all be found in Resources.


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